Month: November 2012

The Real St. Nicholas

One of the things I hate about going shopping during the season of the Christmas rush is the music that is piped in over the mall sound system.  I would happy with traditional renderings of the old carols, but instead, my ears are assaulted with the latest auditory atrocity, celebrating Christmas as a time of […]

Christian Names & Patron Saints

The Orthodox Church has always placed great significance upon names.  In fact,  not only are names of great import in the Church,  but the actual process of naming someone holds great significance to us.  These customs are of divine origin and of tremendous significance,  but unfortunately are not a part of modern American culture.  The […]

Many Years to our Newly Elected Metropolitan TIKHON!

As a parish we want to wish our newly elected Primate, His Beatitude Metropolitan TIKHON, Many Years! May the Lord bless Your Beatitude’s ministry to His Holy Church. Be assured of our prayers!   Archbishop Tikhon, Archbishop of Philadelphia and Eastern Pennsylvania, was elected Primate of the Orthodox Church in America during the 17th All-American Councilof […]

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